PCL Heavy Industrial COO Peter Stalenhoef will be a keynote speaker at the 2012 Modular and Offsite Construction Summit, taking place at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The summit will “showcase the benefits and address the challenges of implementing modular building technology provincially, nationally, and internationally through a series of interactive workshops, panel discussions, and information sessions.”
||Shaw Conference Centre|
9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
||November 8th and 9th, 2012|
Who should attend?
- Government officials
- Oil companies
PCL’s experience with modular construction extends to both commercial buildings and industrial fabrication.
Commercial Buildings Permanent Modular Construction
To meet the growing industry demand for better construction solutions, permanent modular construction (PMC) is an integrated service offering of PCL’s operations, organized through a centralized PMC group based at PCL’s Toronto office. This group includes Building Information Modeling (BIM), project management, and production staff, supplemented by in-house PMC specialists, supporting the integration of the appropriate PMC solution into projects.
PCL’s industrial fabrication yards in Nisku, Alberta, provide services to the oil and gas, refining, petrochemical, mining, power and cogeneration, and pulp and paper industries. The combined capacity of its three module assembly facilities, each located along Alberta’s high-load corridor, is among the highest available in Canada. PCL also operates one of Canada’s largest and most technologically-advanced pipe fabrication facilities.